The Port of Santa Fe is located in the heart of the waterway Paraguay - Paraná (Paraná River 584 km), the last overseas port operations suitable for ocean going vessels. Its strategic location makes it suitable for transport nodes link land-ocean-river, allowing the development of national cabotage and international shipping charges to and from their hinterland.
Santa Fe Terminal´s Layout
Santa Fe map
Located within the "San Lorenzo Port Complex - Puerto General San Martín", which covers all shipping terminals and docks between the 435 and 459 km of the Paraná River, which at the same time integrate the main port area of the country known as the Up-River. The Complex is the largest exporter in the country: 39.2% out of total exports by Argentina in grains - oils - oilseed products. natural conditions in the Paraná river provides good places to operate in top off and caches, and the port complex in San Lorenzo - San Martin, is at present the last part of the river conditions and stay for the navigation of vessels large size, 32'draft.
San Lorenzo Terminal´s Layout
San Lorenzo map
The port of Diamante is the last overseas port of the Parana River, and the only overseas port of the province of Entre Rios next to two big cities, capital cities as Santa Fe and Paraná. The port is located on Diamante near the Paraná river at kilometer 533.
Diamante Terminal´s Layout
Located on the banks of the Parana River in the south of the province of Santa Fe (Argentina's most important financial, industrial & commercial and center). It also acts as a central node for the entry and exit of cargo traffic. Terminal Puerto Rosario provides services to cargoes and ships. Includes spring 1.620m, 30,000 m2 of warehouses for storage of multiple loads and 33km of track and offers storage and terminal facilities in two so-called Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 North and Sur.El Puerto de Rosario is the leader in incorporating port technology and put at the forefront of other ports in the country, also achieved levels comparable with other ports in the world.
Concepción del Uruguay is situated on the River Uruguay, in the province of Entre Rios. This port city is considered one of the largest in the country and allows operations of ships, river ships and overseas some of large tonnage. Has traditionally been a port of grains and oilseeds as well as wood. It has a dock for unloading fuel.
Concepción del Uruguay Terminal´s Layout
Concepción del Uruguay map
Villa Constitución is a city in Argentina and belongs to Santa Fé province, 51 kilometers in the south of Rosario. It has a deep water port which makes it ideal for deep-draft vessels.
Villa Constitución Terminal´s Layout
Villa Constitución map
The port of Ibicuy is located at the KM 218 of the Ibicuy river, sited at about 7 Km of the junction of this river with the Paraná Guazú. It consists of an open berth of 160 m waterfront length and can accommodate vessels up to 220 m l.o.a. No cranes available.
Ibicuy Terminal´s Layout
The Port Terminal SA Guazú is located in the south of the province of Entre Rios and it´s part of Villa Paranacito, head of the Department Ibicuy Islands, on the shores of the Paraná Guazú river. The port it´s located at the KM 178 of the Paraná Guazú river. Is owned and operated by Del Guazú S.A. This multi-purpose installation has a 200 m waterfront, suitable for vessels up to 260 m l.o.a. and is fitted with two mobile loading trippers (for grain and by products loading). Storage capacity: about 80.000 mt. The terminal is served by railway and truck. The terminal´s premises include a barge basin for the loading/unloading of barge convoys. Its flow and ability to self dredging boats suitable for overseas natural depth, is considered one of the main waterways
Del Guazú Terminal´s Layout
Del Guazú map
It is located on the Paraná River and is a port of overseas and domestic. It´s Pier of 549 mts. long and outstanding operating platform of 40 meters wide, with a resistance of 3 tons per m2. The average depth is 30 feet to 0, with 19 bollards placed at a distance an average of another 29 mts. (approx.). There are no restrictions for the berthing of ships. There on the ground in the extreme south 2 outputs for loading and / or unloading of fuel and / or alcohol as a permanent installation
San Nicolás Terminal´s Layout
San Nicolás map
Located at the bank of the Paraná River at Km. 275 of the E. Mitre Channel and at Km. 164 of the motorway “Ruta 9” which joins the cities of Rosario and Buenos Aires. Due to the natural characteristics of San Pedro and also to a recent dredging, this harbor is one of the deepest of the Paraná River. The harbor does not need tugboats since the city of San Pedro offers all the necessary services in order to achieve a proper assistance for the ships.
San Pedro Terminal´s Layout
San Pedro map
Located in a privileged area in the highway road Buenos Aires to Rosario, a few miles from National Route 9. With a very important atomic complex as “Nuclear Central Atucha I and II”, produces much of the energy supplied to the country.
Lima Terminal´s Layout
Zarate: The city has a significant commercial activity and numerous industries, among which we can mention: the paper, chemical and brewing. Also houses an automotive industry located towards the northern boundary of the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires. There are three private terminals and a spring provincial: VITC Fuel Terminal, which specializes in transshipment of oil and derivatives, Zarate Port dedicated to general cargo, dry bulk, fertilizers and containers through a floating dock, and Zárate Autoterminal first port in Latin America specifically devoted the movement of vehicles. In close proximity are Zarate Delta Dock complex and the pier of the nuclear Atucha.Su access is through the main channel of the Rio Parana de las Palmas with a width of 100 meters and a maximum draft of 70 feet.
Campana: located 75 km from the city of Buenos Aires, bounded on the north by the River Paraná, south of the District of Exaltación de La Cruz, the east by the districts of Pilar and Escobar and West with Zarate. Panamerican Highway connects it also with the central and northern Argentina. The city of Campana, sits on the right bank of the Rio Parana de las Palmas, linking in this way to Buenos Aires, Rosario and the entire Argentine coast. The Port of Campana is composed of a series of piers and separate terminals, all located on the right bank of the river, about 67 km. Several terminals operating in the port terminal Siderca
highlighting the ESSO terminal and Pier of the province, among other terminals.
Zárate-Campana Terminal´s Layout
The port of Buenos Aires is Argentina's main port, operated by the General Administration of Ports of the State Society. One of the major seaports for cargo coming from inside the country.The current port is built from the late nineteenth century (Puerto Madero and Dock Sud), and expanded during the first half of XX (Puerto Nuevo). Today moves about 8,710,000 tons of cargo. The new cruise port has meant an extraordinary revival of passenger traffic at its docks can dock ships of large displacement. The area called Puerto Nuevo was the area of concessions to private port operations and the attention of overseas and coastal vessels. It consists of six bays, 5 overseas calls A, B, C, D, and E, from south to north and a coastal dock called F. The area occupied by the 5 general cargo port terminal is about 93 hectares., 7250 m quay length, 23 berths for ships. Terminal 6 is not operating in the bidding process. The area north of the basin is bounded berth ships of the navy of Argentina and parts of permission. In the southern port sector comprises 115 hectares and 5000 meters of quay timber in areas of southern and mouth. They are located companies that develop activities consistent with bonded warehouses, storage services of goods import, export and ship repair, telecommunications, special industrial waste facilities and a recreational area.The South Dock area is used mainly by oil tankers, the port adjacent to it has a rail yard where the material comes lately purchased from European countries to be transferred to the network, the most important activity is the petrochemical industry.
Buenos Aires North Terminal´s Layout
Buenos aires North map
Buenos Aires South Terminal´s Layout
Buenos aires South map
La Plata Port is the first Argentine port of Río de la Plata and has a depth of 28 feet. This port also has yard. is located on the South bank of the estuary of the River Plate.The Access Channel works under standard IALA beacons, allowing the operation of the Puerto La Plata for 24 hours. Capacity: 600,000 m2 for storage of goods, 150,000 m2 for storage of cars and machinery. Office space, showrooms, warehouses and mini Fiscal BalanceHeading West on Río Santiago:
Sites 1,2,3 and 5: suitable for repair, fishing, boat seat service arena activities and general cargo in bulk. Maximum draft: 24 feet.About the Central Dock riverside Ensenada: Sites 7 and 8, for bulk solids (coal), operated by the company Copetran SA, maximum draft: 28 feet, internationally certified ISPS Code.Site 9: general cargo, 270 meters of quay, 60 meters. Backup storage 28 feet maximum draft internationally certified ISPS Code.Sites 10, 11 and 12: Liquid bulk, operated by Repsol-YPF SA, maximum depth 24 feet, internationally certified ISPS Code.About Central Dock riverside Berisso:Sites 14, 15 and 16, suitable for liquid bulk, operated by Repsol-YPF SA, maximum depth 24 feet, internationally certified ISPS Code.Sites 18 and 19, suitable for general cargo, 24 feet maximum draft.Site 20, permanent mooring of boats of service, maximum depth 24 feet. It should be noted that all springs located on the Central Dock connection have energy to ship (220-380 volts) and potable water system.About Rio Santiago:Site 23, 250 meters long and 24 feet of water, for the commercial service of Rio Santiago Shipyard and the Zona Franca La Plata.Site 24, Terminal Puerto Rocca, steel cargo, 18 feet of water.
La Plata Terminal´s Layout
La Plata map
Mar del Plata is a city and port located in the Argentine Sea coast in the southeast in the province of Buenos Aires.
The main activities include the port and tourism industry. The port of Mar del Plata is an artificial harbor enclosed by two major piers, the North Pier and South Pier. Its main activity is fishing, but also receives oil tankers, grain and has a passenger terminal.
The city counts with textile, construction and metallurgy factories, all these industries are in the industrial park Manuel Savio.Mar del Plata has an overseas port that concentrates most of the fishing activity around the country. It is an important fishing center (canning, freezing and filleting), counting also with two major naval shipyards (Contessi and SPIs)
Mar del Plata Terminal´s Layout
Mar del Plata map
Necochea is a city located in the Atlantic coast of the Buenos Aires province . It has an important port on the end of the river Quequén Grande and its encounter with the Argentine Sea. The main economic activity is provided by the Port of Necochea - Quequén. Over this station are exported annually millions of tons of Argentine grains, as well as seafood. It is also one of the main routes of entry of fertilizers. Because of its characteristics is one of the fastest national ports of entry and exit of vessels over 200 meters long which are aided by towing services. The port is equipped with elevators that can store large grains, which are transported to the port by trucks and trains throughout the region.
Necochea Terminal´s Layout
Bahía Blanca is the most important seaport city of Argentina, located south of the Province of Buenos Aires and the second largest on the Atlantic Ocean. Its seaport is one of the largest in the country, being the only one with a natural depth of more than 10 m. Along the bay, the ports are Puerto Galván for oil and chemicals, and specialized in grains is Port Ingeniero White. Bahía Blanca has the largest petrochemical complex in the country located between the two ports. Puerto Belgrano, 29 km to the southwest, is the most important naval base in Argentina. Bahia Blanca is the largest petrochemical center in the country with an 87% increase in production also provincial and concentrating 64% of national production.
Bahía Blanca map
Bahía Blanca Terminal´s Layout
This Uruguayan port is located at the Km 95 of the Uruguay river, on the left margin, about 171 miles from Montevideo. Vessels reach the port proceeding via the River Plate and Martín García channels and continuing via the Uruguay river. The Grain terminal its close to the city of Fray Bentos, there are two berths available for ocean going ships. Upm terminal is operated by the paper mill UPM, which The vessels at this pier load UPM production, paper paste.
Port of Fray Bentos Layout
Fray Bentos map
The port of Nueva Palmira is located on the left side of the Uruguay river, at the Km 0. There are three berths suitable for ocean going vessels, from north to south:
Ontur Terminal: a multipurpose private operated terminal is suitable for reefer and bulk and bagged cargoes.
Overseas Dock: located immediately south of the Ontur terminal, the pier, which belongs to the state, is fitted with a grain belt
conveyor system, owned and operated by Messrs. Terminales Graneleras Uruguayas S.,A. (T.G.U.S.A.)
Navios Terminal: this is the southern pier of the port of Nueva Palmira
Port of Nueva Palmira Layout
Nueva Palmira map
The port of Montevideo is located on the River Plate mouth, left margin, and is the port of the capital city of the República Oriental del Uruguay. The port has been built inside of a bay that shelters the installation. Its divided in two sections: one, on the eastern side of the bay, is dedicated to the dry cargo, containers and passengers vessels; the second one on the northwestern side, called La Teja, is the oil and gas terminal
Port of Montevideo Layout